Ocean Park, Hong Kong
Categories: Theme Parks, Zoos & Aquariums, Water & Amusement Parks, Nature & Parks
An amusement and marine animal park with a huge variety of sea-themed rides on offer, Ocean Park attracts millions each year. This sprawling complex combines amusement rides with marine mammal shows. A large mountain separates the grounds into two parts--waterfront and summit--with a cable car running between them. Enjoy a ride up the funicular to reach the peak's attractions and panoramic views. Various shows will introduce you to marine animals like sharks, gators, and penguins, while rides will get your adrenaline pumping. Add Ocean Park to your Hong Kong travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Hong Kong family vacation planner.
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So much to see and do. The highlight was seeing the Panda's. Dolphin show was abit lame, lacked content. Shame there were big ques for many of the atractions.
Los acuarios del parque son realmente bonitos y tienen una variedad de peces considerable. Sin embargo, si lo que quieres son atracciones, la verdad dejan bastante que desear. Bastante antiguas y no t... read more »Park aquariums are really nice and have a considerable variety of fish. However, if what you want are attractions, the truth leave enough to be desired. Pretty old and don't produce you that tingling in the stomach of other theme parks. The worst, that make the revision of the attractions throughout the day during park opening hours and you can not upload them or increase waiting time. Many attractions closed if they are working daysshow original
Very easy to get to the park via bus from hong kong mtr. We went early on a tuesday which was by far the best decision as there were almost no crowds until 3-4pm. Dissappointing that a third of the ri... read more »
Great roller coasters and thrill rides. A lot of fun for people of any age. Don't let the name deceive you, it's not a waterpark.
There's a reason why Disneyland HK is considered a joke whilst Ocean Park continues to thrive. But my god this place can get jam packed with mainland tourists during the summer! Pro-tip: pre-purchase your ticket online to avoid the huge queue at the entrance and make sure you take advantage of the time between about 5PM and closing when the tour groups leave and free up all the rides! *Eagerly awaiting the reopening of Waterworld!
It's not that crowded in July. Rides are awesome. Animals too. Can bring foods inside since some of the restaurants/stalls sells a bit but reasonable price. Try the nathan's frank sausage just near the aquatic area souvenir shop. Costs SGD 50 Bring sun protection, and comfy outfits and footwear. Try the abyss, the dragon and the hair riser for extreme rides.
This was amazing. Stay until the end. Stay until the last show. Its amazing. Have fun. Think about the positive. They promote recycling and protecting nature. Food is always expensive inside any amusement park, so bring your own! Its an amazing tour. Just mind your own things when going on an adventure. People do not have an obligation to be nice to you, other people in the park, this does not apply to staff. Staff: Busy, respect them and do as they say so you don't annoy other people. Your'e not the last coca cola in the dessert. Kay? They were doing their job. Its your job to enjoy. So do so. Have fun. Its a great place.
Yu Chun Wan
There are two main theme parks in Hong Kong - Ocean Park and Disneyland. If you are looking for excitement. Ocean Park is definitely your good choice. The park is divided into different areas. Personally, I like Thrill Mountain the most. I recommend you to visit during the weekday.
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